There's nothing worst than when a machine that you depend on so much, just decides it
doesn't want to work anymore. If you run a business and your computer stops working, most
of the time you do too. If this happens, your problems could range from small , something
you can handle yourself, or they can be very big. In this case a professional can help.
To help reduce the cost, identify the problem before you have it serviced if you can.
According to some hardware and software manufactures, many people call customer service
for some rather common and annoying problems. Technicians have pointed out that , people
tend to overlook the obvious when diagnosing computer problems. Some of the most common
questions asked are as follows: Why won't my system boot? The first thing you should
check is the power cord and all other connections to make sure they are attached
securely. A lot of things happen when you turn on your computer. It begins by running a
diagnostic routine to make sure all system components are working properly. If your
computer beeps a few times and stops working before it displays a message on your
monitor, there's a chance that a critical piece of hardware has failed. It may be a good
idea to seek professional help at this time. Also, you could have a dead battery if
nothing happens after you hear the floppy drive whir. Your computer depends on a battery
to preserve important system settings when it is cut off. Batteries can die as often as
every two years.
Why is my system so slow? Even if you have the fastest CPU money can buy, it won't do
much good if you 're running short on memory. Today's computer should have at least...